Hillary Clinton says Trump's 'dishonesty' is 'troubling' during BookExpo at Javits Center

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Clinton on Thursday did not mention her explosive comments from a day earlier in which she blamed her election loss on various factors. Its data was mediocre to poor, non-existent, wrong.

Clinton in part attributed her defeat to the release of damaging information following WikiLeaks' publications of hacked campaign emails that suggested she had used her family's foundation as a vehicle to trade favors in exchange for access while serving as the nation's top diplomat. "Hits Facebook & even Dems & DNC", he said.

She wrote, "People in the covfefe houses shouldn't throw covfefe". Those three states proved decisive for President Trump and, especially in the case of MI and Wisconsin, were neglected by the Clinton campaign. And now that Clinton is casting blame upon her own national party for her loss, that's only going to exacerbate things.

"This is all about the last campaign ... what I think Hillary Clinton should be figuring out is how do we empower the DNC to have the best data resources to win races this year, in 2018, and 2020". "I was the victim of a very broad assumption I was going to win".

Clinton said during a tech conference near Los Angeles on Wednesday that she suspects Trump's campaign may have guided the Russian government in propaganda efforts leading up to the election.

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In any case, Trump will spend the day of Comey's testimony tweeting out lame insults and insane conspiracy theories. In a prelude to Thursday's theatrics, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein will testify Wednesday.

In November 2016, Clinton won the national popular vote by two percent but lost the electoral college when Trump prevailed in the three Rust Belt states by razor-thin margins.

Ms. Clinton said the NYT coverage of her private email server - the paper broke the story - was disproportionate.

"You can believe the hype on how great they were or the hype on how they weren't, but the fact is, they added something", she said. It surpassed Trump's original "covfefe" tweet, which was retweeted more than 127,000 times and "liked" more than 162,000 times when it was deleted. "This was newsy because it was talking about a specific political organization within her party, but it wasn't out of line with the other hard truths that she's been talking about".

The hour-and-a-half-long Clinton interview with Recode co-founder Kara Swisher and Editor-at-Large Walt Mossberg skipped across several topics - including Trump's now-infamous "covfefe" tweet this week - but frequently returned to the 2016 campaign and the Trump administration.

This isn't the first time Clinton has brought up the Trump administration and the possible roles that Russian Federation may have played in the 2016 presidential election.